It’s Time to Register for the November/December Programming at the Elizabeth Taber Library!
Please call 508-748-1252, email info@ElizabethTaberLibrary.org, or stop in the Elizabeth Taber Library to register for these exciting new Library workshops.
Thursdays at 11:00am
Do you love to knit? If so, bring your yarn and knitting needles to the Elizabeth Taber Library for our informal knitting group where you can work on projects, socialize, and share advice. Please note that this is not a knitting class. No instruction will be provided, although participants are more than willing to help each other if problems might occur.
HealthCare Literacy @ the Elizabeth Taber Library
Wednesday, November 13 at 11:00am
Healthcare is complex. Sometimes we all need a little help navigating the system. Members from the Community Nurse & Hospice Care team will offer a presentation and intimate question and answer session on the complex ins and outs of today’s healthcare system. Participants learn helpful hints, tips and advice on how to be the best patient advocate for yourself or a loved one.
Travel Lecture Series: CUBA
Tuesday, November 19 at 6:00pm
Ever wish you could travel to exotic places to learn all about the history, culture and more? Well now you can just by coming to the Elizabeth Taber Library! Join us on Tuesday, November 19, at 6:00pm as the Barlow family takes us on a journey to Cuba, a land still innocent and untouched by commercialism, to see some of the beautiful sites, and learn more about Cuban history and culture. Light refreshments will be served.
Mystery Book Club
Wednesday, December 4at 11:00am
Join us at the Elizabeth Taber Library on Wednesday, December 4, at 11:00am for our monthly Mystery Book Club meeting. The mystery book we will be discussing is Harlan Coben’s Tell No One. Please stop into the Library today to register and reserve a copy of this book.
Homebound Library Services:
The Elizabeth Taber Library, in partnership with the Council on Aging, is pleased to offer homebound delivery services to those Marion residents unable to visit the library because of short or long term illness, as well as physical or visual disabilities.
To be eligible for this program, you must be a Homebound Marion resident with a Library card in good standing. Before bringing materials to your home, a brief phone interview must be conducted with Libby O’Neill, the Library Director, to discuss your areas and authors of interest. Library materials will be checked out for one month at a time with no overdue fines.
To arrange to have library books or audio books delivered to your home, please call the Elizabeth Taber Library at 508-748-1252.